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We dismantled the tower in cell phones: Tetris game bouncing on Android and iOS

The nostalgic video game Arcade will remember Tetris as one of the classics of the decade of the eighties, such as PacMan or Pong. Then it was Game Boy who revived the franchise.

The game that involves stacking pieces in a square was originally designed and programmed by alexey pajitnov in the Soviet Union. It was released on June 6, 1984, while working for the Computing Center Dorodnitsyn of the Academy of Sciences, Moscow.

This true puzzle classic came from the hands of EA to the cell with Tetris and Tetris Bliz, but this Wednesday January 22, the company announced with a press release that it is discontinuing the games of the PlayStore and the App Store from the 21st of April.

“Hello fans, until now we have had an amazing journey with you, but sadly, it’s time to say goodbye. From 21 April of 2020, the application Tetris (R) of EA to be removed and will no longer be available for play. Keep in mind that you can still enjoy the game and use any existing item in the game until the 21st of April 2020. We hope that you have enjoyed many hours of this game and we thank you for your continued support. Thank you!” held the company-developer of video games in a text.

For those who want to play the classic Russian game, now the option will be with Tetris Royale, an evolution of the franchise created by the study of development N3TWORK, and that among its main novelties is the power play in Battle Mode with up to 99 concurrent users connected.

It’s certainly not to everyone’s taste, but it is an alternative quite worthy, and that for now is available in APK in UpToDown. There’s nothing like the classics, though there be that find the way of revisitarlos from time to time and in other formats and for mobile.

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